Portree Angling Association

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Scottish Charity SCO 50888

Links

 

 

 

Let's Fly Fish!

Web site of Ally Gowans, famous salmon angler and all round fishing expert. Loaded with information and well worth a visit.

 

 

Fishing Scotland

A Highlands of Scotland Fly Fishing School with private indigenous wild

brown trout loch and stream fishing and Wild Atlantic Salmon river

fishing on private estate waters. Fish a different water every day of

the week - That's FISHING SCOTLAND country

 

 

Glasgow Angling Centre

A comprehensive and modern angling shop, with just about everything you could need for coarse, game or sea angling.

 

 

Fishing-uk-scotland

Guided salmon and trout fishing trips - 1, 3 and 6 day fishing breaks on the Tay, Spey and Tweed including fly casting lessons from beginner to advanced levels, private transport and accommodation

 

 

Loch Achonachie Angling Club

Loch Achonachie Angling Club controls salmon fishing on the Upper Conon and Upper Blackwater rivers in the Ross-shire Highlands

 

 

North Uist Angling Club

Information on fishing in North Uist area of the Outer Hebrides.

 

www.skyesalmon.co.uk

Three Esses Ltd, The Best Salmon and Trout Fishing On The Isle Of Skye

 

www.skyeshorefishing.co.uk

With over 350 miles of coastline, a multitude of wildlife and some of the most spectacular scenery in the UK; the Isle of Skye should be a pilgrimage that all sea anglers make.

 

www.johnmuirtrust.org.uk

Learn more about the John Muir Trust, a conservation charity dedicated to protecting and enhancing wild places

 

www.skyeangling.org.uk

Welcome to the hidden lochs and rivers of Skye and Lochalsh

 

www.wrft.org.uk

Wester Ross has some of the most exciting and prolific wild game fishing in one of the most spectacular parts of Scotland

 

 

www.hmy.com/the-ultimate-guide-to-fishing-knots-hooks-bait-and-lures

Ultimate Guide to Fishing Knots, Hooks, Bait, and Lures recommended by SEAN

Above are just a few examples of the type of traditional wet flies used throughout Scotland and used to some effect on our local waters.  The Storr Lochs has a Mayfly hatch, which can last for several weeks, during which time the trout become switched on to them and little else. At this time imitations of Mayfly in their various stages are a must.

Clan Chief
Doobry
Dunkeld
Green Peter r.a.
Kate muddler
Loch Ordie